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Jul 8, 2013 4:30pm PDT
. >>> good morning, i'm heather holmes. >> the ntsb is zeroing in on what happened in the crash landing that killed two people. they are also zeroing in on what happened after the plane went down. the ntsb is also trying to speak with all four pilots to find out who was at the controls when the crash happened. we now know one of the inflatable chutes appears to have malfunctioned and opened inward, trapping two flight attendants, investigators are looking into whether one of two people that died was killed by an emergency vehicle rushing to the team. team coverage begins with christian and the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: ntsb investigators spent another day going over the wreckage of flight 214, still here on the runway. it appears at least one of the emergency slides did not deploy properly, it deployed in the cab inof the airplane instead of out on the run way. investigators walked through the debris field of the crash of airbornian a flight 214. pieces of the crash were thrown several hundred feet. they want to talk to the crew while details are fresh. >> we are conduct
Jul 9, 2013 4:30pm PDT
by the time we had that ntsb briefing this afternoon. that was around 3:00 this afternoon, and a fourth crew member was in the process of being interviewed. we learned not only was the pilots behind the plane, not only was it his first time landing a 777 and the instructor, it was his first time instructing as well. the crash of 214 had several firsts. we knew the pilot behind the controls was making his first landing in a 777. but today we learned this about the instructor. >> he reported this was his first trip as an instructor pilot. the instructor pilot stated that he was the pilot in command. >> reporter: the ntsb says all four pilots are being cooperative. however a key part of most crash investigations has been lost. >> none of the crew members on asiana flight 214 were tested for drugs and alcohol postcrash. >> reporter: drug and alcohol testing is standard with u.s. pilots involved in a crash but not necessarily for foreign crews. at the crash scene, investigators remove luggage and other personal items today and checked the controls in the cockpit. the ntsb says the pla
Jul 10, 2013 4:30pm PDT
flight attendants. in a few moments, we'll have the update from the ntsb. also, some of the flight attendants made an emotional but brief public appearance. and we look into how this crash is making some travelers a little nervous. >>> but we have breaking news to start with in oakland. police started their search about 90 minutes ago for a toddler believed to have been snatched in broad daylight. rob roth is live at the scene with late details. rob? >> reporter: police are searching this neighborhood at this moment for the missing toddler. they were on 79th avenue and international boulevard. this all started just after 11:00 this morning. police say a man walked in, bought energy drinks, then walked back to his black suv parked on 79th. when he got to his car, his 21- month-old daughter was missing. police say he had left her with a relative. >> he did have an adult family member in the car. but that adult family member does suffer from disabilities, so currently, we are interviewing that person and inquiring as to what happened while the father is in the store. >> reporter: the
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